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Thema: Business- und Bankenglisch

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03. Nov 2006   

Rabobank Expands California Retail Bank to 81 Branches,
$7.5 Billion in Assets

Mid-State's Commitment to Serving Local Communities to Continue

November 2, 2006 - Roseville, CA and Arroyo Grande, CA - Rabobank, the Dutch financial services leader specializing in community banking and agricultural finance, and Mid-State Bancshares (NASDAQ: MDST), the holding company for Mid-State Bank & Trust, today announced an acquisition agreement through which Mid-State Bank & Trust will become part of the Rabobank Group. Upon completion, Mid-State Bank & Trust will be merged into Rabobank, N.A., Rabobank's community banking subsidiary in California.

Mid-State Bank & Trust is an independent community bank serving California's San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties. Since opening its doors in 1961, the Mid-State Bank & Trust has grown to 41 retail offices and 7 commercial loan centers serving more than 100,000 households. For the first nine months of 2006, Mid-State Bancshares reported diluted earnings of $1.17 per share on net income of $26.6 million. As of September 30, 2006, Mid-State Bank & Trust had total assets of $2.37 billion, loans of $1.57 billion, and deposits of $2.02 billion.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'Rabobank, Mid-State Bancshares agree to $851 Million acquisition of Mid-State Bank & Trust'

03. Nov 2006   

Fortis Private Equity has acquired all shares in Dutch-based
Innovative Medical Solutions BV (IMS) together with the company's
management team.

IMS is a leading European developer and worldwide supplier of branded
medical and wellness products. Its brands have enjoyed an excellent
reputation for more than 30 years and are distributed in over 70
countries. The operations are conducted from the Benelux countries
and Germany and are grouped under GymnaUniphy (Bilzen) and Uniphy
Elektromedizin (Berlin).

GymnaUniphy and Uniphy Elektromedizin offer a complete range of
medical equipment (physiotherapy and rehabilitation markets) and
wellness devices (fitness, professional sports and beauty markets).
Their products include treatment couches, and

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... ' Fortis Private Equity acquires Innovative Medical Solutions'

31. Okt 2006   

Fortis is pleased to announce that it has acquired the German life
insurer Gutingia Lebensversicherung AG. Gutingia employs 31 people
and booked gross written premiums of EUR 12.1 million in 2005.

Jacob Westerlaken, CEO of Fortis Insurance International Europe,
comments: "Germany is one of the largest life insurance markets in
Europe and has strong top-line growth potential in the near to medium
term, considering the low penetration rates and recent reforms of the
pension system. It is a key country for Fortis, as is evidenced by
the recent acquisition of Von Essen Bank and the expansion of
Consumer Finance through Credit Shops (Credit4me), not to mention our
Merchant Banking, Commercial and Private banking and asset management
activities."

The transaction will have no impact on Fortis's net profit per share.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    

30. Okt 2006   

Ad hoc statement according to §15 German securities law
Dublin/Frankfurt, 30 October 2006.

DEPFA BANK plc today released its third quarter 2006 results. The net profit for the period amounted to ¤ 110 m. This result is below the very good first two quarters of 2006 mainly because of further reduced contributions from the segments Global Markets and Corporate Centre. DEPFA is still on track to achieve its full year Return on Equity target of 20-25% after taxes. Current conditions however support an estimated RoE at the lower end of this range. DEPFA BANK plc is planning a substantial increase in dividends from 25 cents per share to 40 cents per share (+60%). Net interest income remained flat year-on-year at ¤ 101 m, net fee and commission income increased by ¤ 2 m to ¤ 7 m. The trading result of ¤ 9 m was down 64% y-o-y, mainly due to negative valuation effects from hedge accounting under IAS 39. Income from sale of assets fell by 25% to ¤ 70 m and total revenues fell 16% overall to ¤ 187 m. Total expenditure was flat at ¤ 53 m. The cost income ratio for the third quarter was 28%. Income before taxes amounted to ¤ 134 m.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    

30. Okt 2006   

Fortis takes an important step in the international roll out of its
consumer finance activities with the signing of an agreement to
acquire 100% of Dominet, a Polish retail bank specialising in
consumer finance.

The transaction will be subject to full regulatory approval, in
particular the approval of the Polish Bank Supervisory Committee, and
customary closing conditions.

Dominet is a full-service retail bank with 806 employees and a modern
nationwide branch network in Poland. It occupies a strong position in
the car finance segment and has a fast-growing portfolio of cash
loans. Dominet also supplies other banking products to retail
customers.

Dominet has the tenth largest branch network in

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'Fortis to acquire Dominet, a Polish consumer finance specialist'

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